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Re: Serije kao takve

Post by AnaDilajt on Wed Dec 03, 2014 10:35 pm

Znala sam ja za Normu (jer živim za triviju), a znam i koja je tajna njene savršene kože.


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Re: Serije kao takve

Post by Santino on Wed Dec 03, 2014 10:50 pm

Ajant23 wrote:Filipenko, šta to pričaš? Čime se bre ja to bavim?

sta ti bre ovo treba, leba ti?


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Post by Santino on Wed Dec 03, 2014 10:51 pm

AnaDilajt wrote:Znala sam ja za Normu (jer živim za triviju), a znam i koja je tajna njene savršene kože.

ajde ja cu.

koja je tajna njene savrsene koze? 


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Re: Serije kao takve

Post by xie saike on Wed Dec 03, 2014 11:04 pm

AnaDilajt wrote:(jer živim za triviju)



i za goofs  :mrgreen:

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Post by AnaDilajt on Thu Dec 04, 2014 7:08 am

Tajne znam, tajne čuvam



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Re: Serije kao takve

Post by sejlor on Sat Dec 06, 2014 7:45 pm

Jooj, je l ima neko da hoće da komentariše sa mnom američki Office? Ja tek sad gledam. Znam, znam, blam, blam.
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Post by sejlor on Sun Dec 07, 2014 2:34 pm

Dobro, moraću da komentarišem sama sa sobom.

Ovo je nešto najbolje ikada, ne mogu da prestanem! Više volim epizode u kojima je Majkl Skot eksplicitno rasista/seksista/isl nego one u kojima je samo luzer, jer me ove prve podsete zašto ne treba da mi ga bude žao. Svi likovi su genijalni, jedino me nervira odnos Džima i Pem, mislim skroz je nerealan, nema šanse da ona može da bude sa onim ogavnim verenikom pored Džima.
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Post by Guest on Mon Dec 08, 2014 8:57 pm

Je l gledao neko Damages?
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Post by Mau on Tue Dec 09, 2014 10:44 am

Gledaću ja, pošto gledam sve pravničke. 

Will, preksinoć sam pogledala poslednje tri epizode Broadchurch i baš sam tužna i nesretna do sadašnjeg trenutka.
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Post by William Murderface on Tue Dec 09, 2014 10:56 am

E, pa što? Može i u spojleru

Inače, jel znaš za ovo?


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Post by Mau on Tue Dec 09, 2014 2:21 pm

Znam, prijavila mi prijateljica.

Tuzna sam zbog...
Spoiler:

toga sto su svi, bas svi, onako sjebani i ta tolika sjebanost je koncentrisana na tolisni broj ljudi koji zive pod udarom talasa sa Atlantika. Tuzna sam zbog one zene Sjuzan (ona scena kada se dogovori sa Najdzom da ce otici iz grada, pa kad ostane sama u prikolici i onaj kadar na njen prozor i nju samu unutra u onoj mrakcini okolo), zbog Najdza, zbog Beth i Marka, zbog dece, zbog Millerove (znala sam o cemu je rec onog trenutka kada je pitala Sjuzan "Kako to da nisi videla sta ti se desava u kuci?!" negde u sestoj epizodi), zbog Dzoa (imate temu o tome) i zbog umiruceg Hardija. Mislila sam da mi je ispunjena kvota za knjige, filmove i serije sa detektivima sa Aspergerovim sindromom ili tako necim slicnim, ali Hardi me je kupio na jedan. Mica.

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Post by William Murderface on Tue Dec 09, 2014 2:28 pm

Meni je super što bi druga sezona trebalo da se bavi, koliko sam shvatio, healing process-om kroz koji zajednica prolazi nakon svega iz prve sezone. Obećava, a nadam se da će to malo i resterati nelagodu.


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Post by Guest on Tue Dec 09, 2014 9:23 pm

Dobra je Damages za sad.
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Post by Mau on Wed Dec 10, 2014 12:55 am

Ne daje dobra, nego odlična. Pogledala pilot samo. :-)

Will, mislim da nam svima to treba.
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Re: Serije kao takve

Post by Ajant23 on Fri Dec 12, 2014 5:08 am

Bill, valjda... To mu je uobičajeni nadimak, zar ne?
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Post by Mau on Sun Dec 14, 2014 11:00 am

Završila prvu sezonu Damages. Dopada mi se lučna struktura serije, klifhenger izmedju sezona. Super!
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Post by sejlor on Sun Dec 14, 2014 2:58 pm

Počela sam da gledam The Fall, odgledala prvu epizodu. Nemam još nikakvo mišljenje o seriji osim da prva epizoda ima veliku koncentraciju lepih ljudi. Jbt, Gillian Anderson izgleda 20 puta bolje nego pre 20 godina u Dosijeu X.
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Post by xie saike on Sun Dec 14, 2014 3:06 pm

aj pogledaj jos par, pa oceni. stoji mi spremno vec mesecima, al nikako da pocnem.


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Post by sejlor on Sun Dec 14, 2014 5:59 pm

Pa The Fall ima svoj topik, i ja tek sad vidim. Obećavajuća je. Iako ja u principu više volim crime serije u kojima se ne zna do poslednje epizode ko je ubica. Ali ima i ovo kad se zna svojih prednosti, dodaje na jezivosti. Nastavljam da gledam.
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Post by Guest on Sun Dec 14, 2014 8:25 pm

Sjajna Damages. Cudi me to sto je tek sad gledam
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Post by William Murderface on Tue Dec 16, 2014 3:09 am

The Affair u međuvremenu devoluirao do negledljivosti. Baš, baš loše. Tuga onih glumaca dobrih koji moraju da izgovaraju onako stupidne tekstove.


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Post by William Murderface on Tue Dec 16, 2014 12:02 pm

Sad čitam, critics consensus na RT povodom The Affair je da je u pitanju super serija, trenutno ima 94%! Kako je lako zaseniti prostotu.

Naravno, jedina koje spremna to call bullshit je po običaju Emily Nusbaum:



On Television December 15, 2014 Issue




Small Differences

He-said, she-said on “The Affair.”




By Emily Nussbaum


 
   In the course of a summer, the two hook up, share backstories, and stare at the waves.  Credit Illustration by Zohar Lazar    
In the clash of cable dramas on Sunday nights, it’s not always easy to distinguish between taste and targeted marketing. On Twitter, I’ve been deluged in recent weeks with questions about Showtime’s “The Affair”—so many that it felt like Facebook bombarding me with ads for Nespresso and anti-aging creams. Whether or not I wanted “The Affair,” the show seemed interested in me.
This is likely because the characters in “The Affair” are also the types who’d watch the show: married couples hoping for titillation, Brooklyn writers, gloomy brunettes, people who might summer in the Hamptons, or at least get someone to invite them to Montauk for the weekend, where they might flirt with a local—and maybe, like the show’s lovers, take a day trip to Block Island, stay at a quaint bed-and-breakfast, talk about death, have sex standing up, then buy a slinky sundress. Related categories include women thirty to fifty years old with a thing for Jimmy McNulty, from “The Wire,” or for Pacey, from “Dawson’s Creek.”
“The Affair” explores the relationship between two sad, seeking people, a Brooklyn novelist named Noah Solloway (Dominic West, who played McNulty) and a waitress named Alison Lockhart (Ruth Wilson, who did a great job on “Luther,” as a sociopath, but is burdened here with a flat American accent and a perma-sulk). Each is married to another, more interesting person. Noah has four kids, a rich wife (Maura Tierney, who deserves better, much like her character), a fatuous author for a father-in-law, and writer’s block. Alison is married to Cole (Joshua Jackson, who played Pacey), the tattooed owner of a horse ranch, who seems like the guy you’d cheat with, not on. Early on, we learn that Alison had a son who drowned, which I wouldn’t mention so flippantly except that “The Affair” uses her grief in much this way: as a superficial marker of profundity, like bringing Piketty to the beach.
In the course of a summer, the two hook up, share backstories, and stare at the waves. Noah finds out that Alison and her husband’s family are involved in some shady business involving coke dealing and boats. They end the affair. Alison’s boss tries to blackmail Noah. She reconciles with Cole and tries to get pregnant. Her grandmother dies. Noah writes a book called “Descent,” using Alison as his muse. You’d think that this would be plot enough, but the show brackets these events with two gimmicks, which make less and less sense over time. First, there’s the “Rashomon” structure: we get one lover’s point of view, then the other’s. In Noah’s version, Alison’s a succubus in a tank top; in Alison’s, she’s a mopey victim in cap sleeves. Oddly, Noah comes off pretty poorly in both versions. Sometimes, shared experiences—that trip to Block Island, the time he takes her to the hospital to see her grandmother—are recalled in such radically different ways that one of the two must surely be lying. The goal seems to be to suggest something about the mutability of memory or truth. Unfortunately, the result is more often like listening to a couple bickering about whose idea it was to go to Queens for Korean food.
The second frame is a murder investigation, in which Noah and Alison are being questioned by an extremely patient (or possibly just voyeuristic) Montauk detective. To add to the confusion, each is questioned separately, in two future time periods—long after their fling—about the same enigmatic crime. But, once Noah and Alison finish their interviews with the police, we continue to get flashbacks to two irreconcilable life stories. Do they just remember things differently? Is one of them insane? How annoyed should viewers be by meta-references, like the fact that a mysterious club they go to is called The End? Five episodes in, the murder victim is revealed (Alison’s brother-in-law, a cipher); after eight, we still have no reason to care.
The show’s blended genres—domestic fiction, noir mystery, chronology experiment—and the way it is filmed, as indie film/upscale erotica, promise sophistication but never deliver. And, if the show’s structure seems familiar, that may be because it’s similar to the one used in HBO’s “True Detective,” which also featured untrustworthy narrators, dual interrogations, a backstory involving a dead child, and black detectives with a high tolerance for details about the adultery of white people. “True Detective” was not my favorite series, but it had plenty going for it, including a sick wit and propulsive visuals. “The Affair”—or, as I’ve come to think of it, “True Detective: For Her”—is less fun. It’s a classy sedative, like a high-gloss shelter magazine.

This is particularly unfortunate, since the show was co-created by Hagai Levi and Sarah Treem, who were behind HBO’s excellent “In Treatment,” a series that gave talky and sedate a good name. “In Treatment,” which was set during psychotherapy sessions, took seriously the notion of conversation as intimacy; even the most ordinary dialogue carried tremendous resonance and specificity. In contrast, “The Affair” is full of airless therapy-speak, delivered in the oracular tone that people adopt at poetry readings. “Whatever darkness you think you’re hiding, well, it’s written all over your fucking face,” Noah tells Alison. And later: “Do you think me being here with you is an accident? This is a choice.” The low point was probably an argument about a porch rail, a metaphor for Alison’s marriage. “Maybe we should just repaint it,” she suggests to Cole in a tormented voice. “Why?” he asks. “Because it would look better.” He gazes at her in disgust: “It would just look repainted.”
The sex scenes are sexy, if you’ve got a thing for Pacey or McNulty. On a cold Sunday night, the show’s fantasy—beachfront property, urges that can’t be resisted—might satisfy. But to be more than date-night fodder, “The Affair” would have to loosen up and admit that it’s pulp, not a book-club selection called “The Gloaming.”
In the meantime, my own fantasies, like those of a bored therapist, have begun to drift toward alternative pairings, such as a revenge fling between the two neglected spouses. Or maybe the working-class Cole could get it on with Noah’s élitist Wasp mother-in-law, played by Kathleen Chalfant, who makes her putdowns spin like Olympic figure skaters—now that’s an affair! A hookup between Oscar, the horny townie, and Whitney, the Solloways’ bad-girl teen-age daughter, would also be acceptable. Anything but Alison and Noah, with their upside-down mouths and sad talk about fate.


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Re: Serije kao takve

Post by darling on Wed Dec 17, 2014 3:07 pm

za sejlor



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Post by sejlor on Wed Dec 17, 2014 3:11 pm

Ura!
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Post by Filipenko on Wed Dec 17, 2014 7:36 pm

Jel gledao neko Marka Pola, kakav je?

Vidim da se dosta poređenja nameće na relaciji "GoT rival" i sa serijom Shogun iz 1980. u kojoj je glumeo Ričard Čemberlen. Samo da iskažem svoje mišljenje da je Shogun iz 1980. jedno teško govno od serije koje ima dobru premisu ali se ne može uhvatiti ni za glavu ni za rep i završava se jednim 1 ničim. Ali tada nije bilo ništa slično i realno je bilo teško napraviti takvu seriju, pa se raja loži da je to kao neka legendarna serija. Isto kao što se neko loži na Mini ili Bubu kao legendaran™ automobil, a vlasnici nekadašnjih legendi™ ne bi uzeli nove modele ni da im ih poklone od frustracija koje vuku sa sobom.

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